Queer Asia (酷兒亞洲)
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Editorial Collective: Chris Berry (King’s College London), John Nguyet Erni (Hong Kong Baptist University), Peter Jackson (Australian National University), Helen Hok-Sze Leung (Simon Fraser University), and Shawna Tang (University of Sydney, Australia)
The Queer Asia series opens a space for monographs and anthologies in all disciplines focusing on non-normative sexuality and gender cultures, identities and practices across all regions of Asia. Queer Studies, Queer Theory, and Transgender Studies originated in, and remain dominated by, North American and European academic circles. Yet, the separation between sexual orientation and gender identity, while relevant in the West, does not neatly apply to all Asian contexts, which are themselves complex and diverse. Growing numbers of scholars inside and beyond Asia are producing exciting and challenging work that studies Asian histories and cultures of trans and queer phenomena. The Queer Asia series—first of its kind in publishing—provides a valuable opportunity for developing and sustaining these initiatives.
International Advisory Board
Dennis Altman (La Trobe University, Australia), Hongwei Bao (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom), Tom Boellstorff (University of California, Irvine, USA), Judith Butler (University of California, Berkeley, USA), Chow Yiu Fai (Hong Kong Baptist University), Lynette Chua (National University of Singapore), Ding Naifei (National Central University, Taiwan),David Eng (University of Pennsylvania, USA), J. Neil Garcia (University of the Philippines, Diliman), Joseph Goh (Monash University Malaysia), Meena Gopal (Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai, India), Thomas Guadamuz (Mahidol University, Thailand), David Halperin (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA), Josephine Chuen-juei Ho (National Central University, Taiwan), Annamarie Jagose (University of Sydney, Australia), Travis Kong (University of Hong Kong), Song Hwee Lim (Chinese University of Hong Kong), Kam Louie (University of Hong Kong), Lenore Manderson (University of Witwatersrand, South Africa), Fran Martin (University of Melbourne, Australia), Meaghan Morris (University of Sydney, Australia), Dede Oetomo (University of Surabaya, Indonesia), Natalie Oswin (University of Toronto, Canada), Cindy Patton (Simon Fraser University, Canada), Ken Plummer (University of Essex, United Kingdom), Elspeth Probyn (University of Sydney, Australia), Lisa Rofel (University of California, Santa Cruz, USA), Vaibhav Saria (Simon Fraser University, Canada), Megan Sinnott (Georgia State University, USA), John Treat (Yale University, USA), Carol Vance (Yale University, USA), Meredith L. Weiss (University at Albany, State University of New York, USA), Audrey Yue (National University of Singapore)
Inquiries and submissions should be directed to Kenneth Yung at Hong Kong University Press.